Italian far right: Migrant labour crucial in Veneto

Despite the League's anti-immigrant rhetoric in Italy's Verona, immigrants are very much a part of the success of this region on the ground.

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    Veneto is one of the richest regions in Europe and an economic powerhouse of Italy. It is also where the country's far-right party, now known as the League, has thrived.

    Almost a third of the region voted for the League and its anti-immigration policies in recent elections. But migrant labour is crucial to the success of the region.

    Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego has this report from the city of Verona.


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